For some reason the blogroll widget down the side bar doesn’t seem to want to show more than three links, so here instead you will find a mishmash of links to the places I like to hang out on teh interwebs.
Lesbilicious – another great lesbian webzine, notable particularly for the hilarious Candy Bar Girls Liveblogs by Hilary W.
Amalah – one of my favourite bloggers, who also happens to write lots of interesting stuff about pregnancy, babies and parenting.
- Pregnancy Calendar – my personal Bible right now
- The Advice Smackdown – any problem solved..or at least written about in an amusing fashion
- MamaPop – for all things pop culture
940 Sundays – Fiona is another great blogger I have been following for many years.
Courtney Summers – you should read her books; they are A-MA-ZING! Her blog is pretty good too 😉
Heidi Stephens – as well as writing TV reviews and liveblogs for the Guardian, Heidi blogs about her life in a quiet West country hamlet here.
Wheelistically – Claire takes some wicked pics as well as being a very entertaining writer. Her dogs are too cute!
Telly Squawks – Hilary loves Sue Perkins, but occasionally blogs about other subjects too.
The Male Nanny – snarky insights into an upper middle class family. Very very funny.
LUV & HAT – some very funny disagreements
Dooce – the Queen of Blogging
The Bloggess – ridiculously surreal and impossibly compulsive reading
Lesbian Dad – interesting blog by a non-biological lesbian parent
A Bicycle Built for Two – lesbian wedding inspiration
For Real – weddings and wedding planning tips. The non-traditional way.
What Wegan Did Next – meet Wegan (Whitney and Megan) a gorgeous long-distance couple who blog about their life and love as well as trying to increase gay awareness.
2 Brides to 2 Mummies – Lauren and Sarah are getting married in July ’13 and have become good friends of ours.
Sprezzatura – Laura and Sarah are an American/British couple who live in London.
Rude Cactus – a great blog about life the universe and everything
Born This Way – I wasn’t sure whether to include this link here, or under ‘Relevant Reading’, but either way, this blog is worth a look. Childhood photos submitted by gay adults, including testimony of how it felt to be a gay child/teen. Moving and touching stories.
The Guardian – the UK daily newspaper (I have the iPhone app). I particularly love the TV coverage especially the live blogs.
Failbook – because people really are that stupid.
Post Secret – holds more secrets than Gretchen Weiner’s hair.